Bride and groom (Pair) - Amedeo Modigliani. 55.2 x 46.4 cm Artwork A married couple, or just a Couple, or the Bride and Groom - a rare example of a pair portrait in the work of the Italian painter Amedeo Modigliani. The artist specialized in individual portraits, creating a great many of them, giving the main role to one character.
Arrival of a governess in a merchant's house - Vasily Grigorievich Perov. 44 x 53.3 cmThe famous work of Vasily Grigorievich Perov is stored in the Tretyakov Gallery and it is impossible to pass by, it is so full of human emotions and provides food for thought and reasoning. A young girl was hired in the house of a wealthy merchant, so that everything was “like people do”.
Head and fruit basket (Changeling) - Giuseppe Arcimboldo. 56 x 42 cm. Archimboldo became famous as a master of allegory, but in this picture his ability to depict shifters was added to his ability to create images of people from various objects. These are paintings that in an inverted “upside down” position create a completely different, but absolutely normal, meaningful image.
Despite the understandable and specific name, this institution cannot be attributed exclusively to the museum type. The museum itself is only part of the historical and cultural center of Setunsky camp. Therefore, when planning a visit here, you need to keep in mind that you can spend the whole day there, and it is very interesting to spend.
The Virgin and Child with Roses - Fedor Antonovich Bruni. 64 x 40 cmThe image of the Virgin was a source of inspiration for many artists. In 1843 he painted the painting “Our Lady with the Baby in Roses”, which became widely known thanks to his talent and perfect technique. Near the stone fence, young Maria calmly faces the viewer.
Portrait of Archbishop Gabriel Petrov - Alexey Petrovich Antropov. 106.5 x 46.5 cmA. At the same time, the artist sought to show similarities with the depicted person and reflect his character. His portraits are not yet so elegant and masterfully painted as that of later artists of the XVIII century. But they have their own charm inherent in folk art, and their own special style.